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American Heart Assoc 011418
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE WEISENBACK, CHAIRWOMAN 2018 GO RED FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN AND PRESIDENT OF KEYBANK OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, AND HEIDI STEWART, 2018 GO RED REAL WOMAN AND HEART DISEASE SURVIVOR ABOUT FEBRUARY HEART MONTH AND THE LITTLE HATS BIG HEARTS CAMPAIGN.
Association is the nation's oldest and largest voluntary organization. Dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. The month of February is heart month and my guests on the show today have some great information for us tonight to welcome Michelle why isn't bogged chairwoman of the 2018 go red for women campaign and the president have keybank Oregon and southwest Washington and also hiding Stewart 2018 go read real woman and a heart disease survivor but the ultimate scope. Think you think you thanks Meehan on Michelle let's get started when you think you. You are
health and to really understand what is it take to help prevent heart disease . And a bit at the beginning of the year a lot of people make New Year's resolutions it's a good time to
been talking about our stories and the importance of being aware of heart disease for a long time now each of us individually. Within our communities but to be put on a national platform. Gives us
DePaul Treatment Centers 092417
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN DEVET, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT DEPAUL REGARDING THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTIONS AND ABOUT NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH.
those term managing. Other health conditions such as diabetes hypertension asthma and heart disease . He had servants just reinforces the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health. Prevention works treatment is effective and
OHA Smoking Cessation 073017
breathe more easily. And then one year after quitting your risk of heart disease is cut in half. And then five years after quitting your risk of having a joke at the name of the nonsmokers
Karts For Kids Randall Hospital 031217
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. SEAN SWEENEY, A NICU DOCTOR AT RANDALL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AND DAVE CLEVELAND WITH THE KARTS FOR KIDS PROGRAM, ABOUT THE WORK RANDALL’S DOES AND HOW THE KARTS FOR KIDS PROGRAM BENEFITS THE HOSPITAL.
of some of those problems or genetics circle or you know congenital heart disease car loans or. Or things that are wrong with various organs and her body and oh we don't managed from birth brilliant
Planned Parenthood 012917
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY CROSS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND CHANGES THAT THE NEW ADMINISTRATION MAY BRING.
they are incredibly busy they're taking care of chronic disease diabetes hypertension. Heart disease . They are already booked in backed up they do not have any other route in their schedules to fit in across the
Northwest Functional Medicine 011016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. CHRISTINA BERGSTROM, FOUNDER AND PHYSICIAN WITH NORTHWEST FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE, ABOUT FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS WAYS OF HEALING.
can cause any number of diseases that can cause high blood pressure heart disease diabetes obesity depression autoimmune disease everything. You know we we think sometimes oh heart disease caused by cholesterol but really it may be the stress and nation. So now we have to say what's causing the stress
Suzy people who have chronic diseases things like high blood pressure diabetes. Heart disease people who. Who've been told you know you're going to be on this medication for the rest of your life but they
Oregon College Of Oriental Medicine 101815
AN INTERVIEW WITH BETH HOWLETT, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE OREGON COLLEGE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, ABOUT WHAT ORIENTAL MEDICINE IS AND HOW IT’S USED IN ASIA AND THE U.S.
complementing whatever care is available at any. That we treat things like cardiovascular disease . I am as a compliment there's been a recent later on hypertension and that it showed some great results soundtrack to punish
Legacy Health Cancer 3.15.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. NATHALIE JOHNSON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT LEGACY CANCER INSTITUTE, ABOUT THE LATEST IN CANCER PREVENTION AND SCREENING.
of three hours a week really reduces your risk of cancer and heart disease . In terms of diet. The having five. Servings of fruits and vegetables. Everyday eight. I'll which sounds like a lot that you
Natural Grocers 3.1.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH JAENA BARRERA, NUTRITIONAL HEALTH COACH REGIONAL MANAGER WITH NATURAL GROCERS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY FOOD AND NUTRITION.
to we see. All of the diseases of modern civilization such as heart disease diabetes and alzheimer's is a growing one. It's a six leading cause of death. So all of these really and cancer. Are
Kaiser Permanente Heart Disease 2.15.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. TIM JACOBSON FROM KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT HEART DISEASE , ITS CAUSES, AND HOW TO PREVENT IT.
Watson and this time on microscope we're going to be talking about heart disease . And more importantly steps you can take to prevent heart disease . I'd like to welcome doctor Tim Jacobson from Kaiser Permanente to met to scope either doctor. Pope. So we wanna talk about cardiovascular disease today how prevalent is the heart disease in America. Always very prevalent it's one of the major killers in our society. Becoming. More problem as we age. There are
African Americans. So what are some things we can do to prevent heart disease . Well again I think that. That is there are some some great data suggesting that the following you know four or five
disease. Is obesity and they have. His obesity causing a lot of heart disease . You know I think certainly it does contribute I think it causes a little more heart failure and neutral for relations. And